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Monday morning, Jordan Schultz of The Huffington Post dropped a bit of a bombshell on Magic fans.
In a time when some were hopeful/dreading Dwight Howard showing up to camp at Amway Center for the beginning of the season and convincing him into staying, that thought certainly ended. Sources close to Howard told Schultz that Howard is prepared to sit out the entire 2012-13 season if he is still in Orlando.
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That is a pretty big statement to make. With how big that statement was, I wanted to talk to the reporter himself. I got in touch with Jordan Schultz on Monday afternoon to ask him for his take on the Dwight Howard situation and flesh out exactly what his sense of it all is. Especially in light of this new information.
Schultz is the lead sports columnist for Huffington Post. He broke the Ray Allen signing in Miami and the Marcus Camby trade to New York.
What came out in the interview below is a s...
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